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... Scratch or Stitch is an album by Melt-Banana ... to 2,600 copies, housed in rubber packaging with a poster lyric sheet and a special Melt-Banana temporary tattoo ... Bungle helped establish Melt-Banana as one of the leading new Japanese punk rock bands ...
... Cell-Scape is the fifth album by Melt-Banana ... features some of the longest songs written by Melt-Banana, including "Shield for Your Eyes" at 4 minutes long ... track on the album is uncharacteristic of Melt Banana's typical musical style it is a 10 minute long electronic ambient song ...
... Melt van Schoor, Namibian cricketer Melt Sieberhagen, South African actor. ...
... Melt is the working material in the steelmaking process, in making glass, and when forming thermoplastics ... In thermoplastics, melt is the plastic in its forming temperature, which can vary depending on how it is being used ...
... Charlie is the third album by Melt-Banana ... Mike Patton says "MELT.. ... BANANA!" at the beginning of the song and Melt-Banana have sampled this through many of their other songs including "7.2 Seconds Flipping", "Brick Again" and the version of "B ...
More definitions of "melt":
- (noun): The process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid.
Example: "The power failure caused a refrigerator melt that was a disaster"
Synonyms: thaw, thawing, melting
- (verb): Become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly.
- (verb): Lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually.
- (verb): Reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating.
Example: "Melt butter"; "melt down gold"
Synonyms: run, melt down
Famous quotes containing the word melt:
“You may melt your metals and cast them into the most beautiful moulds you can; they will never excite me like the forms which this molten earth flows out into. And not only it, but the institutions upon it are plastic like clay in the hands of the potter.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“I marched in with the men afoot; a gallant show they made as they marched up High Street to the depot. Lucy and Mother Webb remained several hours until we left. I saw them watching me as I stood on the platform at the rear of the last car as long as they could see me. Their eyes swam. I kept my emotion under control enough not to melt into tears.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“Welcome the comming of the longd-for May.
Now all things smile; onely my Love doth lowre;
Nor hath the scalding noon-day sunne the power
To melt that marble yce, which still doth hold
Her heart congeald, and makes her pittie cold.”
—Thomas Carew (15891639)